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Analysis: Southwest Airlines Will Begin Hawaii Service in 2018

    Analysis: Southwest Airlines Will Begin Hawaii Service in 2018

ANAHEIM – Southwest Airlines is finally launching service to Hawaii. At an employee event at Universal Studios in Anaheim Wednesday evening, Southwest CEO, Gary Kelly, announced that Southwest would enter the

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Analysis: Air Berlin Was Always a Lost Cause

    Analysis: Air Berlin Was Always a Lost Cause

BERLIN – Troubled German carrier, Air Berlin, will end operations October 28, casting serious doubt on the future of its more than 8,000 employees. The Berlin-based low-cost carrier (LCC), also

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Best of Airways — Delta Prepares Its Wide-Body Future

    Best of Airways — Delta Prepares Its Wide-Body Future

Analyzed by Vinay Bhaskara • Airways Magazine, August 2014 Earlier this year, Delta Air Lines (DL/DAL) released a request for proposal (RFP) for the replacement of fifty wide-body aircraft from

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Checking in on AirBerlin, Alitalia, and Ryanair [Podcast #34]

    Checking in on AirBerlin, Alitalia, and Ryanair [Podcast #34]

BOSTON & DALLAS — We start off by wishing Vinay a Happy Birthday, but certainly, a “mediocre birthday” (his words) pales in comparison to the continued woes for AirBerlin and Alitalia

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Lufthansa Deploys MD-11 For Hurricane Maria Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico

    Lufthansa Deploys MD-11 For Hurricane Maria Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN – Lufthansa Group continues to contribute to Hurricane Maria relief efforts on Puerto Rico, supporting the island’s recovery and

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Air France Airbus A380 (AF66) Suffers Un-contained Engine Failure

    Air France Airbus A380 (AF66) Suffers Un-contained Engine Failure

MIAMI – Air France Flight 66 (AF66) operating from Paris to Los Angeles has diverted to Goose Bay Airport (YYR)

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ANALYSIS: US Commerce Department Slaps 219% Tariff on Bombardier

    ANALYSIS: US Commerce Department Slaps 219% Tariff on Bombardier

WASHINGTON — The US Department of Commerce has delivered a breathtaking blow to the ambitions of Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier, slapping

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Guess Who’s Back Again [Podcast #33]

    Guess Who’s Back Again [Podcast #33]

PARIS – School’s in session, airlines routes are proliferating and Vinay and Rohan are back on U.S. soil after a busy

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United Launches Four New Trans-Atlantic Flights

    United Launches Four New Trans-Atlantic Flights

CHICAGO — United Airlines announced a major expansion of trans-Atlantic service Tuesday morning, revealing four new seasonal routes launching in Summer

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ANALYSIS: Hurricane Irma Could Cost the US Airline Industry $2.5 Billion

    ANALYSIS: Hurricane Irma Could Cost the US Airline Industry $2.5 Billion

MIAMI — As the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic bears down on Miami (and Airways world headquarters), the

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